Dead-End Job Scholarship
For people whose job is leading them in the wrong direction.
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Scholarship: $5,000 toward Devmountain tuition
Application Deadline: End of day February 26
Recipient Notified: February 28
Do you dread Sunday evening because you know you have to head to a job you hate on Monday morning?
We’ve got a scholarship for that! We want to help you get the skills you need to quit your terrible job and help you find a career you love in the tech industry.
Tell us why you have the worst job ever for a chance to earn a $5,000 scholarship to Devmountain. The first of three Dead-End Job scholarships will be awarded February 28, 2020. Apply by completing the form describing why your job is leading you in the wrong direction, and how Devmountain can help.
Scholarship recipients must apply for, and be accepted into, a Devmountain program that begins within 120 days of notification of scholarship reward to use their scholarship.* View all eligibility requirements below.
Devmountain offers four different in-person programs with housing included at no cost for immersive students. Financing is available. Campuses in Lehi, UT; Dallas, TX; and Phoenix, AZ.
This scholarship may be used at any Devmountain campus for any Devmountain program. Scholarship reward is not a guarantee of acceptance into a Devmountain program. Scholarship recipients must apply for, and be accepted into, a Devmountain program that begins within 120 days of notification of scholarship reward to use their scholarship—if a granted scholarship is not used within this time period, it will expire. Students will be notified of reward by email from a member of the Devmountain admissions team. Scholarship applicants must be at least 18 years old. Scholarships are non-transferrable and may be combined with other offers, up to, but not exceeding, the full tuition value of the program.
All scholarship applications will be reviewed by at least three members of the Devmountain Scholarship Selection committee, made up of members from various Devmountain departments. Each reviewing member will cast two votes for applications based on the candidates’ answers to the questions in the application form. The applicant receiving the most votes is awarded the scholarship and in the event of a tie, the recipient will be selected at random from those entries tied for votes.
Partner companies allowed Devmountain to name scholarships after them. There is no relationship with the partner company beyond the naming of the scholarship.
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